Coronavirus COVID-19 online statistics


Confirmed
97 592 137 +100 061
Deaths
2 093 386 +3 929
2.15%
Recover
51 558 924 +-2 174 286
52.83%
The whole world / Covid-19 Epidemic Chart
 Active 45.02%
 Recover 52.83%
 Deaths 2.15%


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Update 22.01.2021 04:01

Russia

Forecast
Confirmed
3 637 862 +21 182
Deaths
67 376 +566
1.85%
Recover
3 048 837 +26 976
83.81%
Russia / Covid-19 Epidemic Chart
 Active 14.34%
 Recover 83.81%
 Deaths 1.85%


Russia / New cases of infection by day



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04.01.2021 03:00

Cholera – Togo

From 11 November to 28 December, 2020 a total of 67 suspected cholera cases presenting with diarrhea and vomiting, including two deaths a case fatality ratio (CFR: 3%) were reported from the municipalities “Golfe 1” and “Golfe 6” in Lomé, Togo. A total of four health areas (Katanga, Adakpamé, Gbétsogbé in Golfe 1, and Kangnikopé in Golfe 6) in the affected municipalities reported at least one case.

On 17 November, cholera was confirmed by culture in the laboratory of the National Institute of Hygiene (INH) in Lomé, Togo and WHO was informed. On 19 November, the Minister of Health, Public Hygiene and Universal Access to Care of Togo issued a press release declaring a cholera outbreak and on 24 November WHO was officially notified. From 11 November to 28 December 2020, a total of 17 out of 41 stool samples tested positive for Vibrio cholerae O1 serotype Ogawa by culture in the National Institute of Hygiene (INH) in Lomé, Togo.

04.01.2021 03:00

Influenza A(H1N2) variant virus – Brazil

On 15 December 2020, the Brazil Ministry of Health reported the second confirmed human infection with influenza A(H1N2) variant virus [A(H1N2)v] in Brazil in 2020.

31.12.2020 03:00

SARS-CoV-2 Variants

SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, has had a major impact on human health globally; infecting a large number of people; causing severe disease and associated long-term health sequelae; resulting in death and excess mortality, especially among older and vulnerable populations; interrupting routine healthcare services; disruptions to travel, trade, education and many other societal functions; and more broadly having a negative impact on peoples physical and mental health. Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, WHO has received several reports of unusual public health events possibly due to variants of SARS-CoV-2. WHO routinely assesses if variants of SARS-CoV-2 result in changes in transmissibility, clinical presentation and severity, or if they impact on countermeasures, including diagnostics, therapeutics and vaccines. Previous reports of the D614G mutation and the recent reports of virus variants from the Kingdom of Denmark, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and the Republic of South Africa have raised interest and concern in the impact of viral changes.

A variant of SARS-CoV-2 with a D614G substitution in the gene encoding the spike protein emerged in late January or early February 2020. Over a period of several months, the D614G mutation replaced the initial SARS-CoV-2 strain identified in China and by June 2020 became the dominant form of the virus circulating globally. Studies in human respiratory cells and in animal models demonstrated that compared to the initial virus strain, the strain with the D614G substitution has increased infectivity and transmission. The SARS-CoV-2 virus with the D614G substitution does not cause more severe illness or alter the effectiveness of existing laboratory diagnostics, therapeutics, vaccines, or public health preventive measures.

29.12.2020 03:00

Yellow fever – Senegal

From October to December 2020, a total of seven confirmed cases of yellow fever (YF) have been reported from four health districts in three regions in Senegal.

23.12.2020 03:00

Yellow fever – Guinea

Between 6 November and 15 December 2020, 52 suspected cases of yellow fever (YF), including 14

21.12.2020 03:00

SARS-CoV-2 Variant – United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

On 14 December 2020, authorities of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland reported to WHO that a new SARS-CoV-2 variant was identified through viral genomic sequencing. This variant is referred to as SARS-CoV-2 VUI 202012/01 (Variant Under Investigation, year 2020, month 12, variant 01).

03.12.2020 03:00

SARS-CoV-2 mink-associated variant strain – Denmark

Since June 2020, Danish authorities have reported an extensive spread of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, on mink farms in Denmark.

27.11.2020 04:37

Acute hepatitis E – Burkina Faso

Between 8 September and 24 November, 2020, the North-Central region of Burkina Faso reported a

24.11.2020 03:00

Yellow fever – Nigeria

Reports of a cluster of deaths from an undiagnosed disease were notified on 1 November 2020 through Event Based Surveillance in two states, Delta and Enugu, located in southern Nigeria.

18.11.2020 03:00

Ebola virus disease – Democratic Republic of the Congo

On 18 November 2020, the Minister of Health of the Democratic Republic of the Congo declared the end of the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) outbreak in Equateur Province.

17.11.2020 03:00

Avian Influenza A(H5N1)- Lao People's Democratic Republic

The Ministry of Health in Lao People's Democratic Republic (PDR) reported a human case of infection with an avian influenza A(H5N1) virus. The case is a one-year-old female who developed symptoms of fever, productive cough, difficulty breathing and runny nose on 13 October 2020. She was hospitalized for her illness on 16 October and discharged on 19 October. As part of severe acute respiratory infection (SARI) sentinel surveillance, a specimen was collected on the date of hospitalization and confirmed to be positive for avian influenza A(H5N1) on 28 October by reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) at the National Centre for Laboratory and Epidemiology (NCLE).

Among the close contacts of the patient, one contact developed fever and cough after the onset of illness in the case. Specimens collected from all household contacts, including the symptomatic contact, were negative for influenza A viruses.

13.11.2020 03:00

Rift Valley Fever – Mauritania

The Ministry of Health (MoH) notified WHO that between 13 September and 1 October 2020, eight cases of Rift Valley Fever (RVF) including seven deaths were confirmed in animal breeders. Districts affected include Tidjikja and Moudjéria (Tagant region), Guerou (Assaba region) and Chinguetty (Adrar region). Laboratory confirmation of RVF infection was performed using a reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) at the National Institute for Public Health Research (INRSP) in Nouakchott. The age of infected patients varied between 16 and 70 years old and included one woman and seven men. All seven deaths occurred among hospitalised patients with fever and haemorrhagic syndrome (petechia, gingivorrhagia) and vomiting.

Between 4 September and 7 November 2020, a total of 214 people were sampled and their samples have been sent to the INRSP for laboratory testing with a total of 75 testing positive for RVF (RT-PCR and serology by enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA). Positive cases have been reported in 11 of 15 regions of the country: Brakna, Trarza, Gorgol, (on the border with Senegal), Adrar, Assaba, Hodh El Gharby, Hodh El Chargui, Guidimaka (on the border with Mali) and Nouakchott Sud, Nouakchott Ouest and Tagant. The Tagant region is the most affected (38/75, 51%) with principal hotspot districts being Tidjikja and Moudjeria. Thus far a total of 25 deaths have been reported from this outbreak.

06.11.2020 03:00

SARS-CoV-2 mink-associated variant strain – Denmark

Since June 2020, 214 human cases of COVID-19 have been identified in Denmark with SARS-CoV-2 variants associated with farmed minks, including 12 cases with a unique variant, reported on 5 November.

24.10.2020 20:00

Mayaro virus disease - French Guiana, France

On 13 October 2020, the French health authorities officially reported 13 laboratory-confirmed cases of Mayaro fever in French Guiana, France.

In September 2020, the Institut Pasteur de la Guyane (IPG) (member of the French National Reference Laboratory for arboviruses) identified two cases of Mayaro virus infection (MAYV) confirmed by reverse transcriptase polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) and one probable case found positive for Mayaro antibodies. The case-patients presented dengue-like symptoms and joint pains, and tested negative for dengue by RT-PCR.

13.10.2020 16:30

Oropouche virus disease - French Guiana, France

On 30 September 2020, the French Guiana Regional Health Agency (ARS) reported the first detection of Oropouche virus (OROV) in French Guiana. On 22 September 2020 the Pasteur Institute in Cayenne (a member of the French National Reference Laboratory for arboviruses) notified the France IHR National Focal Point of seven laboratory-confirmed cases of Oropouche virus infection in the village of Saül. These cases were identified following clinical investigations of an unusually high number of dengue-like illnesses in the village. Between 11 August and 25 September, there were 37 clinically-compatible cases of Oropouche virus disease identified in Saül. The results of serology for dengue, chikungunya, and Zika were negative, and seven of nine cases tested positive for OROV by reverse transcriptase polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR).

Among the 37 clinically-compatible cases, most cases are male (60%) and the median age is 36 years (range 3-82 years). The most represented age range is 15 to 54-years-old (19 cases) followed by 0 to 14-years-old (10 cases). A peak of cases was observed in mid-September however, the outbreak investigation remains ongoing.

01.10.2020 03:00

Monkeypox – Democratic Republic of the Congo

From 1 January through 13 September 2020, a total of 4,594 suspected cases of monkeypox, including 171 deaths (case fatality ratio 3.7%), have been reported in 127 health zones from 17 out of 26 provinces in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The first epidemic peak was observed at the beginning of March 2020 (epi week 10), with 136 cases reported weekly (Figure1). From 1 January through 7 August, the Institut National de Recherche Biomédicale (INRB) received 80 samples from suspected cases of monkeypox, of which 39 samples were confirmed positive by polymerase chain reaction. Four out of the 80 specimens were skin lesions (crusts/vesicles), the remaining samples were blood. There is no further information at this time regarding the outcome of these 80 patients whose samples were tested. Confirmatory testing remains ongoing.

During the same period in 2019, 3,794 suspected cases and 73 deaths (CFR 1.9%) were reported in 120 health zones from 16 provinces while a total of 2,850 suspected cases (CFR 2.1%) were reported in 2018.

24.09.2020 03:00

Chikungunya – Chad

On 28 August 2020, the National IHR Focal Point of Chad notified WHO of an outbreak of chikungunya in Abéché, eastern Chad.

03.09.2020 03:00

Ebola virus disease – Democratic Republic of the Congo

Three months after the declaration of the eleventh Ebola virus disease (EVD) outbreak in Equateur Province, Democratic Republic of the Congo, the number of confirmed cases continues to increase, and the geographic spread of the outbreak continues to expand.

As of 1 September 2020, 110 cases (104 confirmed and six probable) including 47 deaths (case fatality ratio 43%) have been reported from 36 health areas in 11 health zones. In the past 21 days (12 August – 1 September 2020), 24 confirmed cases have been reported in 15 health areas across eight health zones. To date, three healthcare workers have been affected, making up 3% of all cases. In addition, 48 people have recovered from EVD to date.

01.09.2020 03:00

Circulating vaccine-derived poliovirus type 2 – Sudan

On 9 August 2020, the Federal Ministry of Health, Sudan notified WHO of the detection of a

01.08.2020 03:00

Yellow fever – French Guiana, France

On 23 July 2020, the France IHR National Focal Point reported a confirmed autochthonous (locally acquired) case of yellow fever in a 14-year-old male in French Guiana. On 17 July 2020, the case was laboratory confirmed at the French National Reference Centre for arboviruses, Institute Pasteur Cayenne.

The case-patient had severe disability, and developed dengue-like symptoms on 12 July. On 16 July, he was hospitalized in an intensive care unit in Cayenne, French Guiana, with consciousness disorders and acute liver failure, and died on 19 July.


Country Statistics
Country Confirmed Recover Deaths
US 24 632 468 0 410 378
India 10 625 428 10 283 708 153 032
Brazil 8 697 368 7 673 092 214 147
Russia 3 637 862 3 048 837 67 376
United Kingdom 3 553 802 8 600 94 765
France 3 046 371 220 650 72 139
Spain 2 456 675 150 376 55 041
Italy 2 428 221 1 827 451 84 202
Turkey 2 412 505 2 290 032 24 640
Germany 2 110 873 1 797 648 50 878
Colombia 1 972 345 1 801 134 50 187
Argentina 1 843 077 1 625 755 46 355
Mexico 1 711 283 0 146 174
Poland 1 464 448 1 215 732 34 908
South Africa 1 380 807 1 183 443 39 501
Iran 1 354 520 1 144 549 57 150
Ukraine 1 222 459 961 668 22 698
Peru 1 073 214 0 39 044
Indonesia 965 283 781 147 27 453
Netherlands 945 948 12 155 13 439
Czechia 924 847 795 878 15 130
Canada 736 441 652 246 18 509
Romania 703 776 641 288 17 554
Belgium 686 827 0 20 620
Chile 685 107 642 004 17 702
Iraq 611 407 576 725 12 977
Portugal 595 149 434 237 9 686
Israel 586 788 500 292 4 263
Sweden 542 952 0 10 921
Bangladesh 530 271 475 074 7 966
Pakistan 528 891 482 771 11 204
Philippines 509 887 467 720 10 136
Switzerland 507 123 317 600 8 971
Morocco 463 706 439 301 8 076
Austria 399 798 376 360 7 288
Serbia 379 093 0 3 830
Saudi Arabia 365 775 357 337 6 342
Hungary 356 973 237 362 11 811
Japan 354 057 273 031 4 883
Jordan 318 181 304 200 4 198
Panama 305 752 250 215 4 944
Lebanon 269 241 158 822 2 151
Nepal 268 646 262 868 1 979
United Arab Emirates 267 258 243 267 766
Georgia 251 974 238 737 3 022
Ecuador 236 189 199 332 14 526
Belarus 234 111 218 831 1 628
Slovakia 233 027 183 942 3 894
Azerbaijan 228 246 218 387 3 053
Croatia 227 326 219 878 4 738
Kazakhstan 221 053 192 578 2 952
Bulgaria 213 864 177 354 8 741
Dominican Republic 199 672 146 020 2 482
Bolivia 196 393 147 744 9 818
Denmark 192 947 176 676 1 910
Tunisia 190 884 137 460 5 989
Costa Rica 188 477 145 724 2 506
Ireland 181 922 23 364 2 818
Lithuania 174 846 114 925 2 591
Malaysia 172 549 130 152 642
Armenia 165 711 154 259 3 030
Kuwait 159 834 152 826 951
Egypt 159 715 125 171 8 801
Moldova 154 788 145 168 3 315
Slovenia 154 306 133 428 3 284
West Bank and Gaza 154 063 142 819 1 757
Guatemala 152 395 136 980 5 389
Greece 150 479 93 764 5 570
Qatar 148 258 144 478 248
Honduras 138 044 60 392 3 422
Burma 136 166 119 973 3 013
Oman 132 486 124 730 1 517
Ethiopia 132 326 118 006 2 057
Paraguay 125 518 100 848 2 570
Venezuela 122 260 114 299 1 129
Bosnia and Herzegovina 119 206 89 882 4 536
Nigeria 116 655 93 646 1 485
Libya 111 746 89 909 1 716
Algeria 104 852 71 343 2 853
Kenya 99 630 82 729 1 739
Bahrain 98 878 95 594 366
China 98 544 91 382 4 801
North Macedonia 89 817 75 387 2 754
Kyrgyzstan 83 703 79 664 1 396
Uzbekistan 78 272 76 752 620
Korea, South 74 262 61 415 1 328
Albania 69 916 42 426 1 296
Norway 60 259 17 998 544
Ghana 59 480 56 706 361
Singapore 59 250 58 959 29
Latvia 58 710 42 953 1 057
Kosovo 57 028 50 186 1 433
Montenegro 56 998 47 974 762
Sri Lanka 56 076 47 984 276
Afghanistan 54 403 46 912 2 363
El Salvador 52 388 46 013 1 540
Luxembourg 49 319 46 499 562
Zambia 42 213 31 522 597
Finland 41 565 31 000 632
Estonia 39 701 29 167 358
Uganda 38 806 13 699 316
Uruguay 34 992 26 927 347
Namibia 31 515 29 230 310
Mozambique 30 225 19 510 283
Zimbabwe 30 047 19 569 917
Cyprus 29 636 2 057 178
Australia 28 755 25 961 909
Cameroon 28 010 26 861 455
Sudan 26 279 15 688 1 603
Cote dIvoire 25 751 24 119 142
Senegal 23 909 19 916 552
Congo (Kinshasa) 21 398 14 865 644
Botswana 19 654 15 911 105
Cuba 19 530 14 754 184
Angola 19 177 17 176 448
Madagascar 18 301 17 609 273
Malta 16 280 13 234 245
Mauritania 16 266 14 970 410
Malawi 16 049 6 314 396
Maldives 14 765 13 683 50
Jamaica 14 550 11 809 331
Guinea 14 262 13 566 81
Eswatini 14 017 8 822 441
Syria 13 398 6 842 866
Tajikistan 13 308 13 218 90
Cabo Verde 13 307 12 517 122
Thailand 13 104 10 224 71
Rwanda 12 170 7 973 162
Belize 11 676 10 962 289
Haiti 11 035 8 979 243
Gabon 10 120 9 809 66
Burkina Faso 9 719 7 748 106
Andorra 9 379 8 474 93
Bahamas 8 088 6 720 175
Mali 7 911 5 666 320
Suriname 7 880 7 027 146
Congo (Brazzaville) 7 794 5 846 117
Lesotho 7 555 1 993 113
Trinidad and Tobago 7 450 6 974 133
Guyana 7 067 6 277 170
Nicaragua 6 204 4 225 168
Iceland 5 981 5 846 29
Djibouti 5 916 5 833 61
Equatorial Guinea 5 365 5 191 86
Central African Republic 4 974 4 885 63
Somalia 4 744 3 666 130
Togo 4 505 3 901 74
Niger 4 267 3 357 147
Gambia 3 950 3 697 128
South Sudan 3 788 3 542 64
Benin 3 582 3 284 48
Sierra Leone 3 081 2 143 77
Chad 3 065 2 193 114
San Marino 2 833 2 556 65
Guinea-Bissau 2 510 2 405 45
Liechtenstein 2 415 2 322 51
New Zealand 2 276 2 178 25
Yemen 2 115 1 423 614
Comoros 2 082 1 262 62
Eritrea 1 913 1 304 6
Liberia 1 901 1 714 84
Mongolia 1 592 1 097 2
Vietnam 1 546 1 411 35
Burundi 1 358 773 2
Monaco 1 287 1 058 9
Sao Tome and Principe 1 171 995 17
Barbados 1 156 493 9
Taiwan* 870 769 7
Bhutan 850 631 1
Papua New Guinea 835 790 9
Seychelles 762 601 2
Saint Lucia 718 354 9
Diamond Princess 712 699 13
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 690 126 2
Mauritius 556 518 10
Tanzania 509 183 21
Cambodia 456 399 0
Antigua and Barbuda 192 162 6
Brunei 175 169 3
Grenada 139 129 1
Dominica 113 104 0
Fiji 55 53 2
Timor-Leste 53 49 0
Laos 41 41 0
Saint Kitts and Nevis 35 33 0
Holy See 27 15 0
Solomon Islands 17 10 0
MS Zaandam 9 7 2
Marshall Islands 4 4 0
Samoa 2 2 0
Micronesia 1 0 0
Vanuatu 1 1 0